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Igloofest: Photo Essay (Weekend #3)

Posted by Jer / February 1, 2011

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Igloofest is done and gone for another year. Boohoofest is now upon us, as we have to wait a whole year to take part in the next edition of the winter electro-extravaganza. Sure, there's always Piknic Électronik to look forward to this summer, but that's seems miles away too. Luckily, we had our intrepid special contributor/photographer Shannon Heather down in the Old Port for the third weekend in a row. Through these images, we bid a final farewell to Igloofest 2011. Thanks for tons of frozen fun. See you next year.

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Simply ecstatic

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Party Bear is just dancing it out until the Care Bear Countdown

Igloofest - Weekend #3 A Virginia Slim to go with a Sapporo tall

Igloofest - Weekend #3.jpg Serious partiers everywhere, unite!

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Just getting started; the throngs of packed winter warriors quickly tightened up all the way to the back

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Remarkably indicative of the vision abilities of your average igloofest attendee. "Dude! I can see through your hands!"

Igloofest - Weekend #3 The decision point: "Am I excited? Or scared?"

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Onstage glimpse

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Air so cold you can see your breath just adds a rustic feel to a very modern festival

Igloofest - Weekend #3 A dancing friend's shoulders makes for a great vantage point, however unstable

Igloofest - Weekend #3 "I found it! And there's still some in it! YESSS"

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Those gurus aren't for lasting energy into the wee hours; Igloofest shuts down at midnight. No, those gurus are for calling on the dance demons

Igloofest - Weekend #3 This new wave ski bunny is ready for DJ backup

Igloofest - Weekend #3 Trashcan beats are always available for those who couldn't get a ticket or just want to cause a ruckus



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